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4 / 4 ptsQuestion 3IdentifyFIRSTthe premise,secondthe conclusion in the following argument. Finally, identify the "triggerwords" that allow you to recognize the premises and the conclusion.Trigger work: it follows2 / 2 ptsQuestion 4When evaluating an argument one must test it for__________.
5/6/2017Quiz 1: SP17: PHIL186 Sec 11 Prof and Bus Ethics3/4OpinionLegitimacyGreat. An argument is valid when it is impossible for the premises to be true and the conclusionto be false at the same time.A test for validity is to apply a counter example. Wherein one provides a similar state of affairswith true premises, but with a false conclusion.